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DIRECT QUESTIONS ON FINANCE
AND LABOR VIZ:
Huntsville, AL 35806
PHONE: (205) 837-1630 to 39.
■ Treasurer Ext. 201
■ Director, Student Accounts Ext. 215
■ Director, Financial Aid Ext. 527
■ Coordinator, Student Labor Ext. 263
Oakwood College does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, sex, handicap or national origin in the recruitment and
employment of faculty and the operation of any of its programs
and activities as specified by federal laws and regulations. . . .
Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve
"A mind is a terrible thing to waste!"
— CONTENTS —
CALENDAR OF EVENTS 3
MANAGING YOUR MONEY 4
FINANCIAL INFORMATION 5
SCHEDULE OF CHARGES 5
METHOD OF PAYMENT 6
FAMILY DISCOUNT 7
DEPOSITS AND CHARGES 8
REFUND POLICY 9
VETERAN BENEFITS 10
TERMINAL LEAVE 11
STUDENT WORK PROGRAM 11
FINANCIAL AID 12
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE 12
HOW TO APPLY 12
WORK OPPORTUNITIES 18
OTHER SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE 19
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Huntsville, Alabama 35806
Oakwood College is incorporated under the laws of the state of
Alabama as a nonprofit institution.
The General Conference has provided substantial investment in build-
ing, equipment, auxiliaries and operational appropriations to meet the needs
of quality education.
Therefore, the amount which the student pays for his basic educational
expenses is modest when compared to that of other private liberal arts
Economic conditions may make it necessary for the College Board of
Trustees, or duly authorized administrative officers, or Finance Committee,
to make changes in the published bulletin.
Application Procedures: See Admissions section of the Bulletin.
Actions voted by the College Board, Faculty, or Finance Committee at
any time shall have equal force or, if necessary, supersede statements
published in this Bulletin.
HUNTSVILLE, AL 35806
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
EVENT FALL WINTER SPRING
Faculty Workshop Aug. 13, 14 — —
Faculty Colloquium Aug. 14-18 — —
Orientation and Testing Aug. 27-30 — —
Registration — Freshmen .... Aug. 31 — —
Registration — All Students . Sept. 2-4 Dec. 30 - Jan. 2 Mar. 17-19
Instruction Begins Sept. 5 Jan. 3 Mar. 20
Late Registration Sept. 5 Jan. 3 Mar. 20
Last Day to Enter Classes . . . Sept. 14 Jan. 11 Mar. 29
Full Tuition Refund Sept. 14 Jan. 11 Mar. 29
Advisees Rosters Due Sept. 28 — —
Mid Quarter Oct. 12 Feb. 6 Apr. 23
Last Day to Drop a Course . . Oct. 12 Feb. 6 Apr. 23
English Proficiency Oct. 14 Jan. 27 —
Senior Program Check Oct. 15-30 — —
Departmental Examinations . . Oct. 15-19 .... Feb. 11-15 .... Apr. 8-12
Pre-Registration Oct. 15 - Nov. 9 — —
Pre-Exam Week Nov. 12-15 . . . Mar. 4-8 May 15-22
Study Days Nov. 14, 15 . . . Mar. 7, 8 May 21, 22
Final Exams Nov. 16, 18-20 Mar. 10-13 . . . May 23-27
Senior Grades Due Nov. 27 Mar. 15 May 28
All Grades Due May 29
Commencement June 2
MANAGING YOUR MONEY
AT OAKWOOD COLLEGE
As a Student you are probably living the most frugal years of your life
and you may be learning for the first time how to manage your own
resources . The purpose of this section is to help you manage the amount of
money you have in the most efficient manner.
Here are some suggestions to help you get the most for your money.
Buy used books.
Share or exchange books with classmates when possible.
Check our library volumes or use texts placed on reserve in the library.
Books are a necessity. Many books serve as a reference for your field of
study, and buying them now might be wiser than trying to locate them
Buses and car pools make sense and save money too.
If you live on campus or nearby try to ^et along without a car.
Oakwood College budgets just do not allow for the purchasing of au-
tomobiles. Ask yourself — is a car a necessity or a status symbol??
Walking or bike riding will do the job and you will enjoy the exercise
and out doors.
Look into Food Stamps — you may be eligible.
Make a food budget and meal plan, and stick to both.
Buy store brands — they are generally less expensive.
Buy foods in season.
Buy in bulk.
Use coupons and look for sales.
PERSONAL EXPENSE ^•^T
This category is the most difficult to estimate and control. If you exceed
your budget, it will probably be in this category: so you should watch
carefully where your gas money goes.
Carry little cash to avoid impulse buying.
Plan ahead for predictable expenses (laundry, toiletries).
Set aside money for gifts and special occasions.
Plan well in advance for clothing expenses. Ask yourself — Must I dress to
SCHEDULE OF CHARGES PER QUARTER
Resident Resident Apartment
Students Students Students
Tuition Package, per quarter: $ 1 ,395 $ 1 ,395 $ 1 ,395
Tuition package applies to residence hall and
non-residence hall students taking 13 to 16
hours per quarter.
Residence Hall Package, per quarter: $765 — —
Includes room, board.
Students Living in Campus Apartments,
per quarter: — — $450
($519 - 2 Bedroom; $450 - 1 Bedroom)
General Fee (Student Association fee, ma-
triculation fee, MV, Yearbook, Spreading
Oak), per quarter: $35 $35 $35
Total Charges Per Quarter $2,195 $1,430 $1,880
The financial charges below may change for the 85-86 school year.
Write the Business officer for these changes .
TUITION RATES PER QUARTER
13-16 hours $1,395
9-12 hours 1,275
1-8 hours 120 per hour
For each hour above 16, add 90 per hour
Late registration fee 25
METHOD OF PAYMENT
Student charges at Oakwood College are calculated on a Quarterly
basis . One of the five payment plans outlined below must be selected by each
student and/or their parents for payment of their account.
PLAN I: CASH IN ADVANCE
la) Each Year in Advance
In these inflationary times, the college is prepared to guarantee its
cuiTent tuition for those who pay in advance.
In order to qualify for this payment plan, the student or parent must pay
the full tuition, fees, room and board charges for a full year in cash* (three
quarters) no later than registration date fall quarter.
At the end of the school year (June) the College will give the student a
10% refund on tuition (this does not include room and board) and fees and
guarantee the current tuition rate for the next school year.
Note: In order to qualify for this plan, the student must pay cash a year
in advance and their tuition rates would be as follows: Their Freshman and
Sophomore tuition rate would be the same as their Freshman year. Junior
year tuition would be the same as the tuition in effect their Sophomore year,
and the Senior tuition would be the same as the tuition rate that was in effect
their Junior year.
lb) Quarter in Advance
When a student pays the total estimated charges /or 9 hours or more
(tuition, fees , room and board) in cash* at registration time, a discount of 5%
is allowed on tuition and fees (this does not include room and board) .
Students taking 8 hours or less will be required to register under this
* Cash does not include federal aid (loans , grants , work) or scholarships and subsidies .
PLAN II: MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN
2a) Monthly Payment to Oakwood
The monthly payment plan has been designed for dependent students
and their parents as a way to plan their educational costs by paying a standard
monthly payment each month.
In order to qualify for this plan you must:
a) Be a dependent student.
b) Have a minimum of $4,500 in verified credits including a minimum
of $ 1 ,000 cash to be applied to your account during the school year
in September (Bank Loans, Pell Grant, Scholarships, Conference
Subsidies, cash, etc.). Work is not included in these credits; how-
ever, work earned will be calculated to determine adjusted pay-
Note: Students should apply for Bank Loans and Pell Grants no later
than July 15. It takes 6-8 weeks processing time.
c) Have the ability to maintain a monthly payment in the amount
determined by the Director of Student Accounts to be paid in eight
equal payments beginning on October 10.
If you qualify for this plan, please contact the Student Accounts Office
for additional information.
2b) Monthly Payment to Outside Agency
Realizing that many parents prefer to meet educational expenses out of
current income, we participate in several nationally known Tuition Payment
These plans provide the following benefits:
a) Allow you to sign up for a plan to cover educational expenses for a
quarter or complete school year.
b) Have predetermined payments so that financial plans can be made in
c) Spread payments over a period of time.
d) If the account is insured, pay off contract in full on the death or total
disability of the person responsible for payments.
For additional information on these plans , please contact the Director of
PLAN III: TWO-PAYMENT PLAN
Students are required to pay a deposit of $1,650 for 13-16 hours.
Students who pay the deposit in the form of financial assistance (Bank
Loans, Pell Grant, Conference Subsidy, etc.), must pay a minimum of $300
in cash. A bill will be sent to the Student and/or financial sponsor for the
balance due on or before final examination date for the quarter.
Failure to pay the balance due by exam time may result in the loss of
PAYMENT OF REGISTRATION FEES SHOULD BE MADE IN
THE FORM OF: BANK DRAFTS, MONEY ORDERS, CASHIER'S
CHECKS, CERTMED PERSONAL CHECKS OR CASH. MAKE ALL
CHECKS PAYABLE TO OAKWOOD COLLEGE.
When two students from the same immediate family are in attendance at
Oakwood College, each taking twelve quarter hours or more and having the
same financial sponsor, a tuition rebate of 5% will be applied to each
statement. A 10% rebate will be applied to each account when three or more
students have the same financial sponsor and are taking twelve or more
quarter hours each. Send payments directly to the Student Accounts Office
and indicate the name of student to receive credit.
DEPOSITS AND CHARGES
A) RESIDENCE HALL DEPOSITS
All students requesting residence hall housing must pay a $75
housing deposit prior to registration in order to guarantee campus
housing. The room must be claimed before late registration occurs.
If this is not paid before the day of registration, the deposit will be
added to the entrance fee. This deposit is held in trust until (upon receipt
of a satisfactory inspection report) the student vacates his room or
apartment, leaves it in good condition, pays off his account in full, and
turns in the keys. At the end of the year, the Student Accounts Office
will then issue a check for the deposit to the student. Should the room or
apartment be left untidy or damaged, the deposit will be forfeited.
In addition, the housing deposit will be regarded as security against
damage to institutional property throughout the course of the school
year. The cost of any arrangements necessary to correct the misuse or
abuse of College property and equipment on the part of a student will be
charged to that student and the amount will be deducted from the
housing deposit. Excessive abuse, the correction of which requires the
use of the entire deposit before the end of the school year will necessitate
a new cash deposit before the student will be permitted to register the
following quarter. In cases where the abuse is judged to be a chronic
characteristic of the student, he may be asked to give up his quarters and
withdraw from the residence hall. This, of course, will jeopardize the
student's continued matriculation at the College.
B) MUSIC CHARGES
Students who major or minor in music will be charged the regular
tuition rates. A student taking music without credit should pay the
following: Nine half- hour lessons — $50.00; Band fee per quarter —
Students who register for music lessons are expected to continue
taking lessons throughout the quarter. No refund is made if lessons are
dropped after the second lesson of any quarter for reasons other than
prolonged illness or withdrawal from school. A student who drops
within the first week will be charged the single lesson rate of $6.00 per
lesson. A student is entitled to take, but may not receive, a grade for less
than a minimum of nine lessons. Lessons lost because of the student's
irregularity in attendance may not be made up.
C) HEALTH INSURANCE CHARGES
All students must complete a Health Insurance Form indicating
whether or not they have medical coverage. Students who have their
own insurance must provide documentation (copy of insurance card).
Students without documentation will be charged for Health Insurance
(or policy) on a yearly basis. This fee is $ per year billed Fall
D) LAB FEES
Students taking classes designated as having a lab will be charged
$15 per quarter. These charges will be applied to their account after
registration each quarter. Nursing students will be charged a lab fee of
$35.00 per quarter.
E) INCIDENTAL FEES (NO REFUND)
Application Fee (Send Money Order) $10.00
Auto Registration (per year) 15.00
Change of Program 5.00
Deferred Payment 25.00
Entrance Exams 10.00
Examination for Waiver 25.00
Examination for Credit (per hour) 25.00
Graduation Fee 40.00
Graduation in Absentia 35.00
Laboratory (Breakage, up to) 10.00
Late Examination Fee 10.00
Late Registration 25.00
NLN Tests Actual Cost
Nursing Laboratory (per quarter) 30.00
Nursing Pin — School of Nursing Actual Cost
Nursing Uniform (Men and Women) Actual Cost
Nursing Transportation Actual Cost
Traffic Violations (See Traffic Regulations)
Removal of Incompletes (each) 3.00
Room Deposits — Residence Halls 75.00
Room Deposits— Apartments 125.00 or 150.00
Return Check Handling Fee (per check) 10.00
Student Teacher Transportation Actual Cost
Transcript of Credits 2.00
(Transcripts will not be issued for students whose accounts are not paid
in full or who are delinquent in payment of school or National Direct
CREDIT REFUND POLICY
When a student withdraws from all courses and leaves school, these
practices are followed:
1. Date of Withdrawal. The official date of withdrawal and the
effective date of the calculation of a refund is the date on which the
completed drop voucher is turned in to the Records Office.
2. Tuition. A minimum charge of $50 is made if the student withdraws
during the first 7 days after the published registration date. 90% is
refunded if student withdraws 8- 14 days after the published registra-
tion date. 60% is refunded if smdent withdraws 15-21 days after the
published registration date. NO REFUND if a student withdraws
more than 22 days after the published registration date. These
charges apply to part-time as well as full-time students.
3. Room and Board. These charges will be prorated on a daily basis
(any part of a day is counted as a full day.)
4. Identification Card. The student must return the ID card to the
Smdent .Affairs Office to establish eligibility for refund.
5 . Illness. Special consideration may be given for tuition refunds in the
case of prolonged illness.
6. Return Home. If the student does not have funds for return fare
home, an emergency assistance may be granted, provided there is
sufficient credit on the account.
7 . Room Deposit. Refund wiU be made 30 days after the residence hall
dean remms the signed residence hall contract to the Accounting
Office. The College reser\'es the right to apply the deposit to any
8. Refunds. Credit refunds will be made 30 days after the monthly
statement is received for the last month the smdent was in school, in
order to be certain that all charges have been processed. For exam-
ple, if a smdent drops out of school in December, a credit refund
would not be made until after the Januar>- statement is prepared
during the tlrst week of Februar\".
9. Incomplete Registration. A smdent who completes the financial
clearance process and does not complete registration must go
through the official withdrawal process and will receive a refund
based upon the poHcy above.
If the smdent received financial aid during the current quarter, any
credit balance over S 100 will be credited to the aid fund, with priority given
to loans. Amounts less than SI 00 will be refunded to the person responsible
for the smdent" s account. Cash refunds will not be made to the smdent
without authorization from the parent or the fmancial sponsor.
Payments under current veterans' benefit programs are made directly to
the smdent; therefore, veterans must follow the same procedures in meeting
financial obligations as apply to other smdents.
Oak wood College is approved by the Veterans' Administration as an
accredited training instimtion. Those who qualify for educational benefits
should contact the nearest Veterans' Administration Office. A certificate of
ehgibihty will be issued by the Veterans' Administration. Veterans are
required to maintain satisfacton," progress according to the school pohcy.
For application and further details, contact the Advisor to Seniors and
Veterans in the Admissions and Records Office.
Applicants from overseas are required to deposit a $ 1 ,600 fee plus one
full year tuition in U.S. funds with the college business office prior to the
issuance of the 1-20 form (1-20 Form is used in securing the U.S. student
Students on resident visas, student visas, or visitor visas, will be
required to present a budget to verify financial support for payment of
account before official acceptance is issued by the Admissions office. This
budget should show total cost of academic as well as living expenses, and
how these expenses will be paid. Also, this statement should be notarized as
being a true and accurate statement by the student and his sponsor (Refer to
TERMINAL LEAVE PROCEDURES
A student terminating or suspended from Oakwood College during any
given quarter is required to obtain a terminal leave form from the Student
Affairs Office, and obtain appropriate signatures.
Identification Cards — The student must return his/her ID Card and/or
check-out voucher to the Student Affairs and Student Finance Offices to
establish eligibility for refund.
STUDENT WORK PROGRAM
Work opportunities for students are available in departments and indus-
tries operated by the College and local private businesses. These employing
agencies must serve their customers daily, necessitating a uniform working
force. Student employees are responsible for meeting all work appoint-
ments, to include working during examination weeks, breaks between
quarters, and for satisfactory job performance. Work superintendents re-
serve the right to dismiss students if their service is unsatisfactory. Should a
student find it necessary to be absent from work, he must make arrangements
with his work superintendent and Student Health Service if he/she is ill.
When a student accepts employment, he is expected to retain it for the
entire school year except in cases where changes are recommended by the
school nurse or approved by the Student Labor Committee. Should a student
receive opportunities for more favorable employment during a school term,
the transfer must be made through the Student Employment Office with
proper notice of up to two (2) weeks given the employing department. If a
student's financial plan requires him to work, he must not drop his work
schedule without making proper arrangements with the Director of Student
Accounts. To do so could result in suspension from class attendance until
proper arrangements are made.
The student pay rate is not less than student rates set by the government
wage-hour law. It may be higher if a student possesses special skills or
training. To further encourage this, special rates are available for those
students who can schedule 4-hour blocks. As an indication of the College's
commitment to its student labor program, the classes are scheduled so that
students may arrange their work into 4-hour blocks.
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL AID
Each of the financial aid programs has specific requirements. However,
there are some general eligibility requirements for the programs described in
this brochure. In order to be considered for financial aid at Oakwood
College, you must:
1 . Be a U . S . Citizen , Permanent Resident (1-151 visa) , resident of the
Trust Territories of the Pacific;
2. Be accepted for admission to Oakwood College. A financial aid
offer will be made only after you have been officially admitted to the
3. Be enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours per quarter. 12-16
credit hours are considered full-time. NOTE: You will not complete
a bachelor's degree within 4 years by taking only 12 credit hours per
quarter. [192 hours are required for graduation].
4. Maintain satisfactory academic progress in your course of study.
For financial aid purposes , satisfactory progress is defined as being
permitted to re-enroll in your particular school or program.
5. Demonstrate financial need. Financial need is the difference be-
tween the determined budget and all resources available to the
student including the parents' contribution, student's contribution,
and any outside aid the student is eligible to receive.
HOW TO APPLY
In order to apply for financial aid at Oakwood College you must
complete the following steps:
I. Complete the Financial Aid Form (FAF) and mail it to the College
Scholarship Service as soon after January 1 as possible.
a. A FAF must be filed each year you wish to apply for financial aid.
b. If you are married to another Oakwood College student you both
should apply for aid with separate applications.
c. Read the instructions on the application carefully. If you have ANY
questions regarding fiUing out the form, please contact our office.
The FAF is designed so that information can be filled in easily and
d. Explain any conditions that may affect your family's ability to pay
for college, such as lengthy illness, loss of employment, or unusual
II. Mail the completed FAF to College Scholarship Services (CSS) to the
address on the front for processing with a check or money order as
indicated. It is highly recommended that you obtain a certificate of
mailing from the post office when you mail your FAF,
in. Submit the necessary supporting documents to the Student Aid Office as
early as possible.
a. If you have attended any post- secondary institution since leaving
high school (other than Oakwood College) you must complete a
Financial Aid Transcript. Send a completed form to each school you
have previously attended, whether or not you received aid at that
school. This form is used to determine your continuing eligibihty in
the federal student aid programs.
b. To verify the income reported on your FAF you must submit a copy
of your own, your parents' and/or spouse's (if applicable) 1983
Federal Income Tax Return (Form 1040, 1040a or 1040EZ).
1 . Submit your own tax return only if you are financially indepen-
dent of your parents according to federal or state criteria.
2. Submit your pjirents' tax returns if you are financially dependent
on your parents according to federal or state criteria. (If your
parents file separately, submit copies of both returns).
3. Submit your spouse's tax return if you are married and file
4. Submit a signed copy of the Statement of Educational Purpose/
Selective Service requirement form.
STANDARDS OF SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC
PROGRESS TO RECEIVE STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
'*The concept of Satisfactory Progress goes beyond good standing to
mean evidence oi positive movement toward the student's degree."
Oakwood College (as are all institutions participating in the Federal
Student Aid Programs) is required by the Higher Education Act of 1965, as
amended, to establish Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress for
students receiving assistance through the below named programs:
— National Direct Student Loan (NDSL)
— College Work-Study (CWS)
— Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
— Guaranteed Student Loan (GSL)
— Parent Loans to Assist Students (PLUS)/ Auxiliary Loans to Assist
— Pell Grant
— State Incentive Grant Program
In order to receive financial assistance you must maintain the below
grade point average in your field of study:
1st academic year (each quarter)
2nd academic year (each quarter)
3rd academic year (each quarter)
4th academic year (each quarter)
5th academic year (each quarter)
The payment of a National Direct Student Loan (NDSL), College
Work-Study Program (CWSP), Supplemental Educational Opportunity
Grant (SEOG), Pell Grant and State Student Incentive Grant; and prior to
each completion of a Guaranteed Student Loan (GSL) or Plus Loan
Application/ Auxiliary Loan Application will necessitate the college review
of your academic progress at the end of each quarter.
You will be provided a total of five (5) years or 15 academic quarters
during which you may receive financial assistance. During this five-year
period, you must successfully pass the number of hours indicated below with
the Grade Point Average as stated above.
Hours to be
Hours to be
Percent of Work
The cumulative number of hours which you must successfully pass will
be checked at the end of each academic year (academic year for these
purposes will run from the beginning of the Fall Quarter, to the end of the
Spring Quarter) . You may use the Summer Session to make up any hourly
deficiencies. If you decide to use the Summer Session to make up hourly
deficiencies , you must see to it that the Financial Aid Office is notified prior
to the beginning of the next academic year that you have successfully
acquired the number of hours and/or Grade Point Average.
Those persons deficient in hours or GPA will be removed at the end of
the Spring Quarter. Aid will not be reinstated until the student has earned the
required hours and/or improved his grade point average to the Grade Point
Average required for his/her year of enrollment.
TIME FRAME COMPONENT
Full-time undergraduate students are eUgible to receive financial aid no
more than five award years of attendance. Three-quarter time students are
eligible to receive aid for no more than 7.5 years of attendance. Half-time
students are eligible to receive aid for no more than ten years of attendance.
At Oakwood College an award year includes the Fall, Winter and Spring
Quarters. Enrollment in our Summer Session can assist a student who is
deficient in hours or grade point average to re-establish eligibility, but the
student must use his/her own funds.
Students may withdraw officially from the College only once during
consecutive quarters while on financial assistance (Title IV) without finan-
cial aid penalty during an award year. If the student withdraws while on
financial aid the second time, he/she will lose financial aid eligibility. Any
aid received prior to withdrawal will be counted in the cumulative eligibility
(number of years of eligibility). To be eligible to again receive aid, the
student must successfully complete the next enrollment period (quarter)
using his/her own funds.
Students whose aid is denied may appeal to have aid reinstated only
under the following condition: withdrawal for the second time while on
financial aid. Appeals must be made to the Financial Aid Committee in
writing; and, must speak specifically to the point.
Transfer students will be considered eligible for financial aid during
their first quarter of attendance at Oakwood College. Following the initial
term, they must meet the same academic requirements as other students.
Students who lose financial aid eligibility because of failure to maintain
satisfactory progress towards a degree may reapply for financial aid after
clearing the deficiency; no aid however will be retroactively granted.
Implementation of this policy shall begin with financial aid for the Fall
Quarter of the 1984-85 Academic Year and remain enforced henceforth.
Keep in mind that "By statute no waivers of the Satisfactory Progress
Requirement by institutions for students who can demonstrate mitigating
circumstances is allowed. All eligible students must be maintaining satisfac-
tory progress in order to receive any Title IV grant, loan, or work assistance.
The Secretary* has no authority to provide for waivers of this requirement. ' '
(*Refers to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education)
[Reference: Federal Register, Thursday, October 6, 1983 — 34CFR Parts 668 and 690]
Name of Award
Senior Class President
Your Local Church
Based on Sales
Student Body President
Name of Grant
Financial Aid Office
Financial Aid Office
Financial Aid Office
Name of Loan
Based on need
Financial Aid Office
Financial Aid Office
G. E. Moseley
For details see "Your Financial Aid Resource Guide'
College Work Study
Students who need a job to help pay for their post secondary education
may be eUgible for employment by Oakwood College under federally
supported work- study programs. Students have to meet the same criteria as
listed for other federal aid programs. In general, the salary you receive will
be based on the current minimum wage, but it may be also related to the type
of work you do and its difficulty.
Campus Labor Program
Employment to registered students who do not meet the qualifications
to be on the Federal College Work Study Program (such as Internationals)
but have a need for jobs to help pay for their post- secondary education at
other Sources of
Whom to Contact
All students regardless of
Undergraduate students who
Aid to Families
and Food Stamps
Students who meet certain
financial eligibihty criteria
Your local office of
the Department of
Dependents of veterans who
have died or are permanently
disabled as a result of
military duty. Veterans who
have served on continuous
active duty for 181 days or
more between January 13,
1955, and January 1, 1977.
Your local veteran
Your local office of
the Alabama Depart-
ment of Vocational
Students whose parents
receive SS retirement or
disability benefits, or they
were eligible and are deceased.
Contact your local
Currently enrolled full-time
students whose parents are
employed within the
Have your parents
employer to see if
you are eligible.
Currently enrolled full-time
Check with your
church pastor and
Currently enrolled full-time
students when there are two
or more of one family enrolled.
Also, the Financial Aid Office has a Scholarship Bank (SSBank).
Private scholarships and those that are not related to Oakwood can
possibly be located in the SSBank. It is completely automated and can be
accessed through a computer terminal only.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
"YOUR FINANCIAL AID RESOURCE
FINANCIAL AID OFFICE, OAKWOOD COLLEGE
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 35806
Oakwood College Library
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Huntsville, Alabama 35806
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